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Dec 19, 2012 7:00pm PST
of authority and responsibility in washington demonstrated a lack of leadership and ability appropriate for senior ranks. >> within hours of the report, three top officials, including the two most responsible for diplomatic security, resigned. the report also blamed the libyan government for a lackey response to the attack. secretary of state hillary clinton accepted the report's findings and took responsibility for them. the state department says it already acted on those findings. >> the pentagon will need to dispatch hundreds of additional marines to posts around the world, yet congress does not reinforce vulnerable facilities. >> republicans in congress charged despite the conclusions, the officials who quit were guilty of intentional effort to mislead the american public. their criticism forced susan rice, who they accused of deliberately misrepresenting the attack, to drop from consideration as clinton's successor in the new obama administration. >>> the u.s. army says it is seeking the death penalty for a soldier accused of killing 16 soldiers -- afghan villagers in march. he is
Dec 19, 2012 5:30am PST
.s.'s top diplomat. rosalind jordan, al jazeera, washington. >> when the peace deal was signed between sudan and south sudan, an area fell through the gaps given to another company. a report from no-man's land on the threat to local livelihood'' and efforts to keep the peace. >> socially, economically, and culturally, -- cattle are of extreme importance. it is not uncommon for them to -- songs about cows. straddling the border between sudan and south to then, it is the traditional home. when the two countries split last year, the fate of the area could not be agreed upon so the status has been undefined for almost 18 months. this disputed land is not just use by the dinca but arab no beds -- nomad come from the north to graze cattle. they say they are happy with the situation as long as they did not likely to the lan. >> they have been coming to the region for the last 250 years and we have never stopped them because they have showed up -- they are around in this region. they used to come for grazing for almost 250 years and we have never stopped them. for them, they used to come only for wa
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